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Sneak Peek to 'The Bachelorette' With Ashley Hebert

May 3, 2011 (8:17 am) GMT
The dental student will get 25 men following her in search for a love, but she will soon be heartbroken on the show.

ABC has unleashed the first promo for "" season 7 which has Ashley Hebert as the main star. The 26-year-old beauty from Maine was dumped by Brad Womack on the last season of "", and she is ready to open her heart for 25 men who are trying to impress her.

But Ashley will get her heartbroken early in the show as she is reportedly warned in the season's opening episode that one man could be on the show for the wrong reasons. Digital Spy also reports that the first episode will see a stolen kiss at the cocktail party, one man introducing Ashley to his mum over speakerphone, a love note written on giant cue cards, and one bachelor arriving hidden behind a mask.

This season's "Bachelorette" will take Ashley and the globetrotting bachelors to some beautiful places in the world. Among the places that they will visit are Thailand, Hong Kong, Taipei and the Fiji Islands. They will also take part in a private concert by hit pop singer , a bachelor Las Vegas competition featuring "Jabbawockeez", and the first- ever "Bachelorette" roast hosted by Jeffrey Ross.

"The Bachelorette" will premiere on Monday, May 23 at 9:00 P.M. ET on ABC.



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